About: Amoeba’s Lorica

Lorica of the amoeba Arcella

Lorica of the amoeba Arcella

Occasional editorial comments by O Ceallaigh (OC; aka YFNA, Your Friendly Neighborhood Amoeba), literary agent for Dude and Dude and all the rest.

(Lorica is the name for a loose-fitting, hard shell that is found surrounding the cells of various species of amoebae and other protozoa and algae. The lorica serves as shelter and protection from attack; one can call it the amoeba’s ‘home’.)

Sampler:

AmerExit (25 September 2016)

Fifteen Years After (10 September 2016)

For a Few Dollars Less (10 June 2015)

Here Fell Don Isbell (1 May 2016)

History is Bunker (9 March 2013)

Indistinguishable From Magic (2 January 2017)

Just Another Routine Callout (31 August 2013)

Of Girlfriends, Instrumentals, and the Battle Hymn of the Republic (27 April 2014)

On the Street Where They Think That You Live (1 October 2013)

Open Letter to Wannabe Scientists (24 September 2015)

Pivot Point (14 October 2013)

The Playing of Taps (26 May 2012)

Weiner Malgré Lui (21 June 2015)

The White Feather (A Memorial Day Musing) (24 May 2015)

The Wings of the Reaper (27 March 2016)

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